People in Indonesia are generally friendly. While many Indonesians can communicate in English, you can always impress them further by greeting them in their native tongue, Bahasa Indonesia. Here are some tips that can help you to adapt the Indonesians’ culture faster.
Foreigner’s Prospective on Indonesian Stereotypes
Smoking while taking a dump. lol…
I’ve experienced this often. My change was pocketed by the cashier at Alfamart and Indomart… GRRR.
This Bule is so insightful haha…
This bule‘s pronunciation of the Indonesian language is perfect! =)
Almost of them are true, especially the part about eating more rice. Hahaha…
This is reality, but at the same time SO EMBARRASSING!!
“Go to Friday Prayer if you wanna have new shoes”. lol…
This bule has lived in Indonesia for 12 years already so she knows the habits of Indonesian locals’ well. Haha…
Dude, this is so Indonesian! Hahaha…
She means well to remind us that these are bad habits.
I feel ashamed now, damn that bule! =(
So Indonesian, but the video is rather insulting!
I was laughing out loud when I saw tons of sugar in the sweetened tea. lol…
Holy crap… I used to greet all the male/female bule with “Hello Mister” when I was a kid. Hahaha..